While automated DVD rental kiosks have become a fixture in many U.S. supermarkets, Blu-ray Discs are not yet widely available in them. For example, Redbox Automated Systems, Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., the biggest provider of the machines for supermarkets, does not carry Blu-ray yet. “Redbox's focus is new-release DVD rentals,” said Redbox's Gary Lancina, vice president, marketing. “While I cannot speculate on future initiatives for the brand, I can tell you that we continue to explore new ...

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